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I. Lesson Number, Grade Levels, Title, and Duration:

Lesson #1, Grade Level: 8th grade, Lesson Title: HTM(L) Duration: 45 minutes

II. Lesson Rationale:

Through this lesson, students will accomplish basic HTML coding using Twine to create an
interactive document, and visual representation of concept in an artwork. By looking at the
instruction twine example, and artists such as Richard Renaldi and Cassie Ryalls, students will
be able to visualize how different artists have attempted to explore twines and the concept of
relationships. Students will learn what a human terrain map is as a visual representation of
relationship connections, why certain relationships are essential, and how they are essential. The
making of the human terrain map creates a concrete visualization of the concept of the students'
various relationships. To make this map, the students must consider to whom they are connected
to, how they are connected to those people, as well as why and how those relationships affect
their lives. Making the map will also create a visualization of networking between people, the
interconnectivity of a community and the interdependence people have on one another.

III. Key Concepts:

(A variety of) Relationships are essential (for survival)

IV. Essential Question:

What relationships are essential (and how?)?

V. Lesson Objectives:

The student will be able torecognize what relationships are essential.


The student will be able to explain why relationships are essential.

VI. Specific Art Content:

Twine, connections, drawing, symbolism, line w/ connections, emphasis

VII. Resources & Materials for Teacher:

Yarn activity example


Yarn
Computer
http://twinery.org/
Demonstration/PowerPoint on Twine
Twine tutorial videos(playlist):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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v=1jukyU4EK2M&list=PLFgjYYTq6xyjBtXJTvEaBTVUWxirY6q24
Richard Renaldi photographs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SELDTUaHRxQ
Cassie Ryalls http://www.dailyartmuse.com/2010/04/27/cassie-ryalls-tackles-human-
relationships/

VIII. Resources & Materials for Students:

Paper
Pencil
Photographs/Artifacts
Research
http://twinery.org/
Computer Lab

IX. Instruction and Its Sequencing:


Day 1:
1. Introduction/Motivation:

Hook Activity(10 minutes)- Yarn Connect - Activity at the


beginning of class where the students stand up by their desk and have to pass/toss
around a ball of yarn while answering specific question(s) about
relationships/connections they have in their life. The student answers the
question(s) and if someone else in the class connects or has something in
common with that students answer, then they say connect and the student with
the yarn passes/tosses it to that student while also leaving a trail of yarn between
them. You cannot repeat a relationship/connection that another student has already
said. This makes it more difficult the more people down the line and therefore
causes the students to really think about the different relationships/connections
they have in life.
Introduction:
Introduce Twine project/powerpoint - What is a
Twine?
Introduce Photographer Richard Renaldi -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SELDTUaHRxQ
Introduce Relationship aspect - What relationships
are essential?

2. Guided Practice
Have brief class discussion on What relationships are essential and
why?
Discuss video of Richard Renaldi and how it relates
to the essential question
Begin brainstorming up to 20 (max) different
connections students have
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Students will be given an example/demonstration of drawing an
HTM and will begin work on drawing their own maps including their family and
friends. The drawn maps are to be drafts/sketches for the interactive map made in
Twine. Think of images of people/artifacts the student would like to bring next
class to include in their twines.
Reflective Questions: What kinds of relationships are essential?
Why are they essential? Are some more important than others? Why?

3. Independent Practice

Homework:
Students will go home and finish their physical
drawing of their brainstorm. The brainstorm should look like an
interconnected web that shows relationships with others. The maximum
amount of people a student can include in their map is 20. Students should
also bring some images of the people/artifacts(images of) they would like
to use in their twine.
If students do not have images of
family/friends, they can use images of artifacts associated with that
person. If they want to, students can use a mix of both.

4. Closure

Recap of the day.


Talk about assignments due the next class (Make sure that they
know that the interconnected web is due the following session.)
Talk about what were going to do the next class (Students will get
their rough drafts checked, then start working in Twine)
At the end of the period begin classroom cleanup.

5. Formative Evaluation

Art Walks, Problem/solution sharing, independent meetings with students


Independent meetings during or outside of class to identify the student's problem
areas, and focus instruction in those areas to ensure the student's understanding of the
material and/or assignment.

6. Classroom Management Procedures

Do room-walks, check in with class as a whole periodically,


individual meetings, problem and solution sharing
At the end of the period (last 7 minutes) begin classroom cleanup.
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Day 2:
3. Introduction/Motivation:
Hook Activity(5minutes)- Show students an example of a Twine created by the teacher
as an assignment example
Introduction:
Guided question recap of prior class (Ask students
questions on what we did the previous session)
Checking rough sketch maps
Students who did not finish Rough Sketch need to
finish them and get them approved
Students should have the basics of their twine in
brainstorm form showing relationships with others completed and ready to
show teacher?

4. Guided Practice

Show students an example of a Twine.


Show students how to embed photos and how to link posts. (For
reminder, there are a playlist of tutorials that they can look at on their own.)
Provide instructional sheet on coding necessary for project
Mid-class check-in
Reflective Questions: What kinds of relationships are essential?
Why are they essential? Are some more important than others? Why?

3. Independent Practice

Twine tutorial videos(playlist):


https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=1jukyU4EK2M&list=PLFgjYYTq6xyjBtXJTvEaBTVUWxirY6q24
Homework:
Students can choose to work on their information
and gathering of photos for their Twine at home to make it easier to finish
the project in class in the next session. It is not mandatory but it is highly
recommended!
If students do not have images of
family/friends, they can use images of artifacts associated with that
person. If they want to, students can use a mix of both.

7. Closure

Recap of the day.


Talk about assignments due the next class
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Talk about what were going to do the next class so that they are
aware of how the last day will go. (Working on/finishing up Twines)

8. Formative Evaluation

Mid-class check-in of how students are progressing in their twines &


troubleshooting.
Art Walks, Problem/solution sharing, independent meetings with students
Independent meetings during or outside of class to identify the student's problem
areas, and focus instruction in those areas to ensure the student's understanding of the
material and/or assignment.

9. Classroom Management Procedures

Do room-walks, check in with class as a whole periodically,


individual meetings, problem and solution sharing
At the end of the period (last 7 minutes) begin classroom cleanup.

Day 3:
5. Introduction/Motivation:
Hook Activity (5 minutes)- Introduce Artist Cassie Ryalls -
http://www.dailyartmuse.com/2010/04/27/cassie-ryalls-tackles-human-relationships/
Introduction:
Guided question recap of prior class (Ask students
questions on what we did the previous session)
Work day. Students will focus on creating their
Twine maps.

6. Guided Practice

Help any students with outstanding problems


Reflective Questions: What kinds of relationships are essential? Why are they
essential? Are some more important than others? Why?

3. Independent Practice

Student will work on their Twines independently. Students can look at the tutorial
playlists as well as the code reference sheet. If they have a problem, they can raise their
hand.

10. Closure

Recap of the day.


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Talk about what were going to do the next class day - work day,
finalizing twines and informal critique
At the end of the period begin classroom cleanup.

11. Formative Evaluation

Art Walks, Problem/solution sharing, independent meetings with students


Independent meetings during or outside of class to identify the student's problem
areas, and focus instruction in those areas to ensure the student's understanding of the
material and/or assignment.

12. Classroom Management Procedures

Do room-walks and check in with class as a whole periodically.


At the end of the period (last 7 minutes) begin classroom cleanup.

Day 4:
7. Introduction/Motivation:
Hook Activity (5 minutes)- Have students share discoveries they have made in
constructing their maps, working in twine, etc.
Introduction:
Guided question recap of prior class (Ask students
questions on what we did the previous session)
Short discussion about how to give constructive
criticism in a critique

8. Guided Practice

Help any students with outstanding problems


Reflective Questions: What kinds of relationships are essential? Why are they
essential? Are some more important than others? Why?

3. Independent Practice

Student will complete work on their Twines independently. Students can look at
the tutorial playlists as well as the code reference sheet. If they have a problem, they can
raise their hand.

13. Closure

Recap of the day.


Small informal critique at end of class.
At the end of the period begin classroom cleanup.
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14. Formative Evaluation

Art Walks, Problem/solution sharing, independent meetings with students


Independent meetings during or outside of class to identify the student's problem
areas, and focus instruction in those areas to ensure the student's understanding of the
material and/or assignment.
Small informal critique

15. Classroom Management Procedures

Do room-walks and check in with class as a whole periodically.


At the end of the period (last 7 minutes) begin classroom cleanup.

X. Summative Assessment and Evaluation:

Rubric for HTM Project

Category Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Exemplary Points

Participation No participation Moderate participation Actively participates /10


in discussions and in discussions and in discussions and
critique critique critique
0-3 4-6 7-10

Rough Draft Assignment not Is partially complete Completed /25


Sketch completed and/or and/or demonstrates a (biographic
lacks in moderate level of information
recognizing of recognizing of concerning name,
Essential Essential Question in relationship to the
Question in the sketch (The maker and relations to
sketch (The biographical others in the map is
biographical information is not present for all
information and present but there is a relations) and
relationship collection of names in a demonstrates
connection is not web and relationship recognizing the
present but there connection) essential question at
is a collection of 9-16 an excellent level?
names in a web) 17-25
0-8

Technology Lacks proficiency Demonstrates moderate Demonstrates high /30


with Twine proficiency with Twine proficiency with
(pictures do not (Pictures are present Twine (Shows
display correctly with text, but not sized experimentation with
& only text is consistently, or not the background of
present) resized to fit the page at their twine, pictures
0-10 all) are present and sized
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11-20 to the page, &
different colors in text
links are introduced)
21-30

Final Twine Project Is not completed Partially complete Completed (Shows /35
(pictures do not (Pictures are present experimentation with
display correctly with text, but not sized the background of
& only text is consistently, or not their twine, pictures
present) resized to fit the page at are present and sized
, and/or does not all) to the page, &
address the and/or demonstrates a different colors in text
Essential moderate to low links are introduced)
Question expression of the and demonstrates a
0-11 Essential Question high level of
12-23 interpretation of the
Essential Question
24-35

Total /100

*Photos, information about the relationships, who the person is, twine is connected and flows
correctly

XI. Interdisciplinary Connections:

Anthropology/Social Sciences - The Human Terrain Map has been used by our
government for national defense purposes, but the most popular and common use in the
21st century are social networks such as Facebook.
Computer Science - The Twine activity is related to Computer Science because
the use of HTML coding.

XII. References & Resources:


List all references used to develop this lesson.

http://bahaiblog.net/site/2015/03/3-great-activities-can-junior-youth/ -yarn & people image


(weebly)
http://static.squarespace.com/static/51b1e191e4b03362c85d6d98/51b3d4c5e4b03d349b79471b/5
1b3d4c7e4b03d349b794788/1278585504000/tribal-concept-map.png?format=original
(weebly)

http://twinery.org/ - access point for Twine


https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=1jukyU4EK2M&list=PLFgjYYTq6xyjBtXJTvEaBTVUWxirY6q24 - Twine tutorial (playlist)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SELDTUaHRxQ - Richard Renaldi - Photographer


http://www.dailyartmuse.com/2010/04/27/cassie-ryalls-tackles-human-relationships/ - Cassie
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XIII. Art TEKS


-8.2.A
-8.2.B
-8.3.B
-8.4.A
-8.4.B

XIV. National Art Standards


-VA:Cr1.1.8a
-VA:Cr2.3.8a
-VA:Re.7.2.8a
-VA:Re8.1.8a